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The Avaya Joins VoIP Web Services Communications software and systems provider Avaya (Quote) rolled out its roadmap for intelligent communications, which calls for more emphasis on software and includes a software update, officials announced Monday. Soft

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  1. The Avaya Joins VoIP Web Services
    Communications software and systems provider Avaya (Quote) rolled out its roadmap for intelligent communications, which calls for more emphasis on software and includes a software update, officials announced Monday. Software improvements are a key component to what officials at the Basking Ridge, N.J., company see as the future of IP-based telephony, or VoIP. Intelligent communications connects business applications to communications applications, letting people connect to the worker, customer or process they need using video, text or voice. Jorge Blanco, Avaya vice president of products and solutions marketing, said the business applications used today in the workplace aren't getting integrated to take advantage of telephony advances as simple as conferencing, notification and telephony sessions. 
     
  2. VoIP Services with interconnect VoIP Services
    Interconnected VoIP service allows you to make and receive calls to and from traditional phone numbers, usually using an Internet connection, possibly a high-speed (broadband) Internet connection, such as Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), cable modem, or wireless broadband. It can be used in place of traditional phone service. Typically, interconnected VoIP technology works by either placing an adapter between a traditional phone and Internet connection, or by using a special VoIP phone that connects directly to your computer or Internet connection. While you may choose to use interconnected VoIP service from a single location, like a residence, some interconnected VoIP services can be used wherever you travel, as long as a broadband Internet connection is available. Companies offering interconnected VoIP service call it by a number of different brand names.
     
  3. Integration of SIP VoIP and Messaging
    Collaboration and videoconferencing systems have become a very important application in the Internet. There are various solutions to such multimedia communication applications, among which H.323 [7], SIP [12], and Access Grid [1] are well-known. H.323 is an umbrella standard designed by ITU for multimedia conferencing over IP-based networks. It has been widely adopted by the industry of videoconferencing which produces many H.323 based systems. SIP is a standard of IETF, which is an alternative solution to H.323, especially for Voice over IP. SIP has been applied in IP telephoning, Instant Message (IM) and videoconferencing. Access Grid is a derivation from MMUSIC conference [4], which uses MBONE tools to support large scale videoconferences based on a high-speed multicast network.
       
  4. The Regulation VoIP Services
    This consultation document sets out Ofcom?s proposed approach to regulating voice telephony services in the light of new technological
    developments. In particular, it addresses how different types of VoIP services should be regulated to ensure that consumers? interests can be
    best protected. This section provides some background on VoIP services including Ofcom?s previous policy activity in this area and recent developments that have initiated Ofcom to revise its policy from the one set out in the 2004 consultation. Over the last five years, VoIP services have begun to have an increasing impact on the UK communications market. In time, VoIP services have the potential to deliver significant consumer benefits through reducing the cost of delivering existing services, enabling new and innovative services and increasing competition.
      
  5. VoipCenter SIP Application Server Software
    The VoipCenter SIP Application Server software is built on Voxeos proven Call Control XML (CCXML) engine and has routed over one billion calls since its first production deployment in early 2002. CCXML lets any company create intelligent, dynamic SIP applications that can screen, route, transfer, and initiate SIP VOIP calls - including SIP redirect, proxy, and Back-to-Back User Agent (B2BUA) applications. The Voip
    Center SIP Application Server also supports least-cost and multi-network call routing with the ENUM route directory standard.CCXML is the call control application standard from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the same standards body that delivered HTTP and HTML -- arguably the two most successful applicaton development standards ever created. CCXML gives VOIP developers total control over how phone calls are placed, answered, transfered, conferenced, routed, and more.
     
  6. VoIP Web Services & WiMax Technologies
    In the recent years, web services have gone through so many changes that have influenced the market conditions. Web services adoption business has increased significantly worldwide. Companies have shown much interest in acquiring Web services software. The Web services business is expected to increase over the next five years. Industry experts had called for vendors to tread cautiously over the hype surrounding Web services. The politics that emerged while establishing competing standards may hurt the technology. There are several major companies that are trying to outwit each other in the global arena. The exploratory stage of Web services may be over soon, as more businesses work towards actual deployment. Consolidation of multiple Web services standards will pave the way for the technology to move in full flow.
      
  7. VOIP Platforms and Services
    The VoipCenter 7.0 SIP Platform delivers rapid Voice over IP application creation, integration, and deployment capabilities to any enterprise or service provider. Fueled by the power of next-generation XML and telephony standards, VoipCenter SIP let's you go from concept to customer faster than ever before. VoipCenter's web-centric development model is easily understood by any web or telephony application developer, and in conjunction with open SIP support, integrates with your back end systems quickly and easily. VoipCenter SIP has been used by more than 22,000 companies to deliver over 44,000 feature-rich, future-proof, highly reliable SIP-based telephony services, including SIP IVR, natural speech driven applications, intelligent call control services and more. When it's time to deploy your own application, you can use our VoipCenter SIP Application Hosting services, our turnkey VoipCenter Fusion Servers, or deploy on your own off-the-shelf x86 hardware.
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    Posted on: March 29, 2008

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